Like investigative journalism but looking inwards.


Leadership. Personal development.

Investigative Selfism

Meaningful change is hard.

It requires us to be honest with ourselves, to find that strong WHY behind what we really want to do, and to take uncomfortable action.

It sucks to admit that without new habits, there can’t be a new you.

Without generating energy, it’s hard to move forward.

And if we don’t manage our minds well, life is unnecessarily complicated.

The good news?

It’s very much worth it.

What’s more rewarding than becoming the realest, most authentic YOU that there is?

I am convinced that our journey inwards doesn’t have to be a grim duty.

It can be exciting, it can be fun, and, most importantly, we can do it in a great company.

Embark on that journey inwards.

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Renewal in The Midst of Action

To centre ourselves, to create a space of awareness, to show compassion to ourselves and others, to integrate both good and bad experiences of our lives is all one massive task. The good news is we have loving teachers who can point us in the right direction. This post is on one of them.

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Are You a Deep Listener?

Deep listening is a thing: if you’ve ever felt that you weren’t truly seen in a conversation then you know it’s real.
How can we improve our listening skills?
What frameworks and reminders can we use?
I have some suggestions for you. That’s a mix of what psychology, Buddhist psychology, and nonviolent communication point to.


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